OPENSIGHT - 'THE VOICE OF NOTHING' OUT NOW 11th October 2012
Opensight's 'The Voice Of Nothing' aims to captivate not only the ear but also the imagination of listeners. With roots in the most melodic and dynamic moments of rock and Metal, the band is also influenced by other types of art, embracing sophistication and some dramatic and cinematic qualities inspired mainly by film music. Strong contrasts, memorable melodies and spontaneity are among the common elements found in Opensight's sound.
After working with Jim Morris at Morrisound Recording a couple of years ago for their first musical statement 'Prosthetic Soul'. Opensight are now offering 'The Voice Of Nothing' in Digipak format and also for free at their official site www.opensightband.com, raising awareness about this new chapter that will see the band expanding and growing through live performances with London as a starting point.
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Check the video for the opening track 'Only When' and for the song 'Absolute Truth' here.
FOR FANS OF:
Devin Townsend, Opeth, Megadeth, Cynic, Faith No More, Iron Maiden, Amorphis
Rock, Metal, Progressive Rock, Film Scores, Cinema, Art.
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Album title: The Voice of Nothing
Label: Self Released
Genre: Rock / Metal / Progressive
1 - Only When
2 - Former Heroes
3 - Deleted Scene
4 - Absolute Truthv
5 - Skeptic’s Creed
"All in all I am optimistic for Opensight's future. They are not slavishly following one specific band or genre, but blending their influences into something that has rough edges but should win both respect and success."
Kim Monaghan - Sittingnow
"Sonically, there's something different about Opensight. Something about the way the guitar and bass are mixed here. The five tracks on 'The Voice Of Nothing' EP take their prog Metal influences -- citing such big names as Devin Townsend, Opeth, and Cynic -- and wrap them up in neat little packages."
Dan Upton - ANTIMUSIC.COM
"Opensight are a genuinely unique, powerful, rock band. This brief EP offers myriad ideas and showcases the band’s technical prowess in a glowing light. An excellent release from a remarkable band – well worth your time."
Phil - Sonic Abuse